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FOX News
Nov 4, 2012 6:00am EST
comment, mr. romney had nis comments and mr. obama in his commercials. >> gretchen: it's interesting, the choice of words. the president was off the teleprompter and revenge, probably wants to take that back. when you want revenge on somebody, you've won a contest and get back at them. and they haven't been in a contest, looking back at the debates. >> the president taking them back, but i was amazed bill clinton was out there yesterday and using the word rom-nesia. wait a minute, you're the former president of the united states, using words to describe in a 30 second ad what might be romney's changing policies and i thought maybe he was above that. and the president. united states referred to himself as a prop in the campaign, a prop on the campaign and in the end just one of the facets of it. and in the sprint to the finish, and one talking about bipartisan, and the president saying stick to the 12 battle ground states, but anybody who says they know exactly what's going to happen. you can say what you think is going to happen. anyone who says they know what is going to happen. >>
FOX News
Oct 28, 2012 6:00am EDT
. and president obama did a half an hour chat with them, but at the end of it he said, boot way that's off the record. they said, come on, mr. president, we'd like to hear what you have to say. that kind of back fired and did later release it. the big story is conventional wisdom to endorse the president, but they've instead endorsed mitt romney. >> clayton: not since 1972, 40 years, unbelievable. here is what they had to say about the decision to pick mitt romney. our discussion repeatedly circled back to the single most important challenge, getting the economy out of the doldrums and more americans and meaningful jobs with promising futures and the federal government on track to balance the budget in a bipartisan manner which the country demand. which candidate could force the compromises in congress to achieve the goals. when the question is framed in those terms, mitt romney emerges as the stronger candidate and the sentence stuck out for me, the president's best efforts to resuscitate the stumbling economy have fallen short and nothing indicates it would change in a second term. >
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